Meet the Trainers

Justin Massar

Owner & Head Trainer

Justin spent his entire life being active playing a wide variety of sports from track and field, hockey, volleyball and curling. Through high school he pursued hockey and track and field competing at a high level, winning numerous provincial championships and top 3 finishes. Justin decided to pursue track and field at York University where he competed for the Varsity Track Team while completing a degree in Kinesiology. Justin competed in the decathlon and the pentathlon. His top finish was in 2015 in the national combined events championships where he placed 4th. During his schooling Justin pursued courses to develop as a personal trainer and strength coach. Justin began working as a strength coach immediately out of university and continued to expand his knowledge and certifications (see certification list below). Justin in functional training programs for both general population and athletes. He focuses on building symmetry in the body, creating more efficient movements patterns. Now retired from athletics as an athlete, Justin coaches with the Langley Mustangs Track & Field Club, he has developed multiple athletes to provincial and national podium finishes.
  • Specialized Honors Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA)
  • Registered Kinesiologist through the British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists (BCAK)
  • Functional Movement Systems Certified
  • Certified NCCP Club Track and Field Coach in Sprint/Hurdles
  • NCCP Trained Road Running Coach
  • NCCP Trained Throws Coach
Outside of the Gym
Justin spends most of his downtime getting outside and enjoying what BC has to offer. He plays volleyball on a weekly basis and looks forward to the warmer weather to get the beach season started.

Social Media Handles:
Instagram: @massar3
Facebook: @fitfoundationlang
Linked In: Justin Massar

David Boyd

Certified Personal Trainer

David has always been very active, participating in a wide range of sports until finally focusing on Track and Field coming out of high school. He is currently in his 6thyear of training and competing with the Trinity Western University Track and Field team as a Pole Vaulter. His university career has been highlighted with a Canada West gold medal in Heptathlon, 4thplace finish at USPORTS National Championships in Pole Vault, and a Canada Summer Games gold Medal in Pole Vault. He has also been a Track Field coach for clubs in the area.
David’s primary focus is improving functional strength of the people he works with by teaching the principles of movement; all with the intent of empowering people to use their bodies in a safe and free manner in the activities of daily life. He sees health and pain free movement as the foundation of functional strength and performance, and wants to be a part of helping people grow toward true physical freedom.
NSCA-Certified Personal Trainer
B.Sc. Degree with Human Kinetics Minor
MBA Candidate

5 Reasons Why

  1. Education:

    Justin has an extensive education and leading certifications in body mechanics and function (BA in Kinesiology from York University, Registered Kinesiologist with the BCAK, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with the NSCA, Certified Level 2 Sprints/Hurdles Coach, Trained Throws coach and Trained Road Running Coach with the NCCP).
  2. Value:

    Fitness Foundation has the best value for quality service in Langley! Our training experience offers you a private semi-private or small group options to meet any budget! As always, we guarantee that you will not be lost in the crowd with limited class sizes and a private studio setting!
  3. Facilities:

    The Fitness Foundation is fitted with brand new equipment to meet all your fitness needs. This studio style gym in Langley limits its class sizes to 10 and only one personal training session at a time, ensuring you get enough one-on-one attention!
  4. Experience as an Athlete:

    Justin has been an athlete ever since he could walk. He started out playing a variety of sports at a high level, mainly focused on hockey, volleyball and track and field through high school. He found success on the provincial and national level, winning provincial titles and just merely missing the podium at Nationals. During University Justin competed as a Decathlete for the York University Lions Varsity Team. His top performance was a 4th place finish at Nationals in his final season as a Varsity athlete.
  5. Attention to Detail:

    Every strength training program is based upon your unique needs. The goal, ultimately, is to develop muscular balance in order to reach your peal performance or help with injury prevention.

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